Nostalgic night of hits and dancing with swinging sixties sound

Brian Poole and the Tremeloes. Picture: PICASA

Brian Poole and the Tremeloes. Picture: PICASA - Credit: Archant

Nostalgia with a capital “N” and dancing with a capital “D”.

That was the order of the evening for the ardent followers of Brian Poole and the Tremeloes aka Brian with his sidekicks Chip Hawkes, yes Chesney’s dad, and Dave Munden, and the backing band of Vanity Fare.

The show saw the three who sung the hits, on stage together and thoroughly enjoying themselves, bringing the past to the present for their army of avid followers who have stayed loyal to them for more than 50 years.

And they thrilled them with some of the many hits including Twist And Shout, Suddenly You Love Me, Do You Love Me, Here Comes My Baby, Candy Man, Even The Bad Times Are Good and the worldwide hit Silence is Golden and many more hits from their extensive repertoire.

Russell Cook

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